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Review: Love, longing, regret and the exceptional 'Invisible Woman'
Review: Love, longing, regret and the exceptional 'Invisible Woman'

The numerous works of Charles Dickens, perhaps the English language's preeminent storyteller, have been turned into films and television over and over again for more than a century. "The Invisible Woman," however, might be the first film to be made about the great man's private life, and it turns out to be as compellingly dramatic as anything he put on the page. More than that, as directed by and starring the superb Ralph Fiennes as Dickens and splendidly assisted by Britain's Felicity Jones as the title character, "The Invisible Woman" is an exceptional film about love, longing and regret. It's further proof, if proof were needed, that classic...

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